The keyword is "vapid". The meaningful debates are...hmm...don't know where.
The IAI list could stand to be revitalized. The IxD list is very active, but
unfocused; I no longer subscribe because I can't get a decent digest.
Or we could keep SIGIA going, which wouldn't be a bad thing.
On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 3:41 PM, Paola Kathuria <paola_at_limov.com> wrote:
> Will Evans wrote:
> > Vapid debate over definitions of ux/ia/ixd and such has moved to Twitter.
> Are people REALLY having meaningful debates about IA-related things
> on Twitter? If so, could someone copy & paste an example debate here?
> With regard to why this list died down, I wondered whether it was
> because the big questions have been asked and answered. There are
> also many resources - books, design pattern libraries, list
> archives - where help can be found.
> I am a bit amazed at how we've gone in a few years from "no one
> takes my job seriously" to IA contracts jobs being advertised
> this year at healthily-high rates.
> So, when you have an UX/IA/IXD question who and where do you
> ask for help?
> What's with 90% of this thread's discussion being about Ziya?
> Have we gone back to the 1995 or something? Jeez.
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